Country Care Profiles

The Better Care Network (BCN) and UNICEF, supported by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)/ US Agency for International Development (USAID), commissioned Maestral International LLC to document significant child-care reform work being carried out at country level in three African countries, to promote information exchange and learning within the region, and reinforce and encourage care reform in other countries. These reforms involve legislation, policies and programmes, including service delivery, advocacy and networking. The three countries reviewed for the country profile study were: Ghana, Liberia and Rwanda.

The country profiles document efforts to support care reform within these countries. Based within a framework reflective of the ‘Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children’, the profiles provide an overview and analysis of key areas in alternative care services provision and reform efforts.

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Better Care Network and UNICEF, with support from PEPFAR and USAID,

This report summarizes the care-reform process of three sub-Saharan African countries – Ghana, Liberia and Rwanda.

Better Care Network, UNICEF, PEPFAR, USAID,

This country care profile provides an overview of key lessons learned in the children’s care reform process in Rwanda, including successes, challenges and areas for progress, and gaps in learning and best practice.

Better Care Network, UNICEF, PEPFAR, USAID,

This country care profile provides an overview of key lessons learned in the children’s care reform process in Liberia, including successes, challenges and areas for progress, and gaps in learning and best practice.

 

Better Care Network, UNICEF, PEPFAR, USAID,

This country care profile provides an overview of key lessons learned in the children’s care reform process in Ghana, including successes, challenges and areas for progress, and gaps in learning and best practice.